Google built cemeteries to commemorate the death of services

A Halloween-themed cemetery designed by Google in memory of discontinued services. The cemetery is Google located on the premises at it...


A Halloween-themed cemetery designed by Google in memory of discontinued services.



The cemetery is Google located on the premises at its headquarters located in Seattle. Photos posted by a Google employee taking a photo of the cemetery with pumpkin lanterns, along with 6 tombstones printed with photos of the services that have been killed include: Google+, Google Wave, Google Buzz, Google Reader, Picasa and Orkut. Photo: Dana Fried / Twitter.


Launched in 2011, Google's goal in developing Google+ was to create a social network that could take over Facebook. In October 2018, a critical Google+ bug was discovered that leaked data on half a million users. On April 2, Google+ officially stopped working. This was expected because Google+ could not entice users, creating buzz like Facebook or Instagram. Photo: Wired.


Google Reader is an RSS news reader service that was first launched in 2005 and stopped operating in 2013. Although there are not many users, some loyalists have signed up to collectively ask Google for Reader to continue operating. . After 2 days, the number of signatures reached more than 110000. Photo: feeder.co.


Created by the Google Maps development team in 2009, Google Wave is Google's attempt to "redefine" email. Wave's standout feature allows multiple people to work on the same document (called waves). Google stopped developing Wave in 2010 because it was criticized for being difficult to use before it closed completely two years later. Photo: Jonathan Shariat / Twitter.


Google Buzz is a service that combines social networking and instant messaging with the main feature of sharing links, images, videos, status ...
When launched in 2010, Buzz was activated by Google for Gmail users by default but was strongly opposed. In 2011, Google decided to kill Buzz after a class action lawsuit involving privacy. Photo: Feedly Blog.


A very popular photo hosting service, Picasa was killed by Google in 2016. Considered a precursor to Google Photos, Picasa was acquired by Google in 2004 and maintained for 12 years. Once deactivated, all data on Picasa is transferred to Google Photos. Photo: gHacks.


On September 30, 2014, Google officially killed Orkut. This is the first social network of Google when launched before Mark Zuckerberg's Facebook. Despite its early launch, Orkut was not as successful as Facebook. When announcing the death of Orkut, Google confirmed that it wanted to focus on Blogger and Google+, but Google+ also stopped working due to too few users. Photo: The Next Web.


Of course, the number of services killed by Google is more than that. The Kille by Google website is designed to aggregate the services developed by Google, or purchase and then decommission for various reasons. A total of 172 services have been killed by Google, and eight will stop working in the next few months. Screenshots.


"Google Cemetery" also makes us think of services that are about to suffer the same fate as Google Hangouts. Some comments on social networks that the Stadia gaming service will soon join this cemetery. Photo: Google.

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